Today our VIP’s (very important Prep’s) walked the red carpet for their very first day of school. Watch this video to see the excitement and joy from both parents and children as they enter through the shining gates of Oakleigh Grammar. We can’t wait to 
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Well done to our Head of Junior School, Shelley Parkes who was interviewed by Tom Cowie for Monday’s issue of The Age. This article highlights how Oakleigh Grammar is navigating through remote learning, using our authentic approach. Compliments goes to Shelley and the Junior School 
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To our wonderful Oakleigh Grammar students, from our homes to yours, your teachers would like to say, “Hello, and welcome back to Term 2! This term is going to be very different, but we wanted you all to know that we are here for you, 
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The Year 2 students embarked on a trip to Geelong Monastery, where they were amazed by the architecture of a spectacular church sitting on the top of the hill, overlooking all of Geelong.  We arrived in time to take part in a beautiful Liturgy.  The 
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http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLrPCWV0_OY Oakleigh Grammar will be welcoming our new Head of Junior School – Mrs Shelley Parkes, in Term 1, 2020. Mrs Parkes will bring a wealth of knowledge, that we believe will greatly help further develop and grow our Junior School, drawing on an expansive 
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On Thursday 12th September, our Junior School celebrated its annual Leadership Day. Featuring a myriad of thought provoking performances, our students were able to showcase their knowledge and skills developed through the 8 Habits. Our Year 2, 3 and 4 students opened the show, followed 
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Science Week in the Junior School has been celebrated with Hands On Science, running incursions in each year level. The students have been fully immersed in inquiry and discovery, as they were scientists for the day. Theme: Chemical Sciences Prep – Bubble Chemistry Students investigated 
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Through their study on First Contacts, the students in Year 4 have been inquiring into how Indigenous peoples are connected to the land, and how they were affected by European migration. They have considered many perspectives, and have been making connections with their personal histories 
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Below are some photos of the Year 2s today enjoying their fruit kebabs which they made in class, as part of their ‘Healthy Living’ unit. The students had to bring in fruit from home, which we cut up and placed on skewers. Some of the 
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The Year 3s had a wonderful adventure attending the Royal Botanic Gardens and the Shrine of Remembrance to complement our studies on Community and Remembrance. The students gained a greater understanding and respect for Aboriginal culture. They experienced making and using ochre paint, and held 
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